The University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro will have its own power plant that will use natural gas to make electricity and use the heat generated as a byproduct to create steam that will heat the building, make hot water and provide cooling.
The University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro will have its own power plant that will use natural gas to make electricity and use the heat generated as a byproduct to create steam that will heat the building, make hot water and provide cooling. David Gaier/NRG Energy Inc/MCT
The University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro will have its own power plant that will use natural gas to make electricity and use the heat generated as a byproduct to create steam that will heat the building, make hot water and provide cooling. David Gaier/NRG Energy Inc/MCT

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